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  1. #14
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    My parents are moving to GA early next year. I-95 exit 94...can't remember the city. My uncle has been looking at property in GA also and will be moving in the near future.
    Get back to work.

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    Originally posted by Dowadudda
    Yeagh Bob,

    You all got to know. Bob has it so rough. He is in an area where the avereage home price is over 300 grand. SUV's in the driveway. But hey, according to the Mayor of Detroitl, the outer burbs have more drugs in them. HA HA.
    Yea, But I live in Fowlerville where men are men and women are men also!

    Our biggest traffic jams this time of year when the combines are rolling down the roads, you have to pull all the way off for those guys or they can't get through.


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    Originally posted by square2round
    My parents are moving to GA early next year. I-95 exit 94...can't remember the city. My uncle has been looking at property in GA also and will be moving in the near future.
    Exit 94 - GA 204 and I-95, Savannah, Pembroke

    Near me. Savannah is nice. Midnight in The Garden of Good and Evil.

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    Originally posted by square2round
    My parents are moving to GA early next year. I-95 exit 94...can't remember the city. My uncle has been looking at property in GA also and will be moving in the near future.
    Every thing on the coast is going up almost daily. In 5 years my house has apreciated 40% and I have 3 others. The islands are even more.

    I had a friend who just sold a house on the beach his father bought in 1963 for under $20,000. He sold it fo 4 Million.

    If I were looking for any land I would buy any land right now.

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    Originally posted by James 3528
    Originally posted by square2round
    My parents are moving to GA early next year. I-95 exit 94...can't remember the city. My uncle has been looking at property in GA also and will be moving in the near future.
    Every thing on the coast is going up almost daily. In 5 years my house has apreciated 40% and I have 3 others. The islands are even more.

    I had a friend who just sold a house on the beach his father bought in 1963 for under $20,000. He sold it fo 4 Million.

    If I were looking for any land I would buy any land right now.
    You are right about that. I wish I would've bought something else here. My home increased by almost 100K over three years. One bedroom villas that were once 34k are now 100k.

    The house they are buying is about six or seven minutes from the Savannah Mall. It's some kind of new development in it's first phase. They are building three phases, with pools and some kind of clubhouse. Should be nice. Now instead of them being 12 hours away...it'll only be an hour.
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    That is a nice Mall. I think they have 2 large ones there. In general Savannah is nice.

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    Square, here is http://www.jacksonville.com/tu-onlin...19306046.shtml
    a article about the water front project I mentioned. I heard this morning that the investors are going to double it making it a 2 billion $ project. They just changed out and now have a new Casino gambling boat which sits across the river. That was the one I wanted to see happen first .

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    That sounds awesome there James. It will definitely be an area to check out.

    W.W. Group chairman Gary Waxman said during an interview that the 110-acre property has many positive features, and he was incredulous it remained available so long.


    I wish I had enough money to think like that.




    They are moving fast, considering the amount of money. That guy was down there for the first time in June if I read it correctly, and wanting to break ground next summer.

    You think you'll do any of the work there?
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    I don't know. I really don't care that much. I stay busy and have other business dealings besides HVAC. I don't know how much longer I want to do this.

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    Originally posted by James 3528
    I stay busy and have other business dealings besides HVAC. I don't know how much longer I want to do this.
    Sounds like you have the option to leave the business whenever you want with what you have and not have to worry. That's f-ing great.

    The previous owner of the company I work for had similiar characteristics. He was in the HVAC business for thirty one years before selling it to his nephew, but he had property out the ass, which is where most of his money was made. Owning the business was just something for him to do, but he was smart about it and he had fun doing it. He still owns more property than my entire family will ever own, and he's keeps buying more.

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